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  • At the end of my senior year my very last class our teacher handed us a piece of paper and it had like 20 questions on it

    All different types of questions like what are you going to do now that you're out of school

    What kind of job do you want

    What age do you think you'll get married

    When you do get married do you want somebody with experiencers a virgin

    And as after we answered all these questions we had to pass our paper forward they passed it to the left they passed it forward it was meant to be so nobody knew who the answers were coming from

    One by one the teacher would read off the questions she would pick somebody to answer to read it off the paper whatever that answer was

    When she got to the experienced or the Virgin question she said how many people wrote down experience and everybody raised their hand that's what it had on their paper she said was there anybody that wanted a virgin and one person raised their hand LOL and guess who's pay for that was that was my paper and all the people in my class we were all really good friends and they all just started laughing at me and the teacher wanted to know why I put that

    I said why not and then one of my friends said well it doesn't look like you're going to be marrying any girls from this class and we all started laughing because it was true but even the girls in that class were given me a little bit of s*** because they weren't virgins and some of them knew I was in a virgin if I didn't really get any s*** for it I just was the one guy that answered honestly I guess probably everybody answered honest was kind of just funny not a big deal

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  • Not really. One idiot in 8th grade sort of challenged me and asked me if I had ever had sex with a girl. I lied and said yes because nobody else was listening and he didn't matter. I didn't want him spreading gossip about me. But beyond that, nobody ever asked and I just played it cool.

    I got with my first girlfriend in 10th grade when I was 16, so it was obvious from then on that I wasn't a virgin.
    I didn't even tell her that I was a virgin, but it was probably obvious, even though I didn't make any big faux pas or anything. LOL

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  • No, but to be fair I lost mine as a teenager so that was never an issue. Unless statistics have changed, sex among youth and its social value is markedly diminished from where it once was. 20 years ago you had girls gone wild, now it's just simping OnlyFans and a lot of single people.

  • My ex had a lot more experience in certain areas than I did, and I admit, I felt a bit intimidated. But when we had sex for the first time (my first, not hers), she quickly figured out that I hadn't had sex before that night. She told me she felt a little weird taking my virginity, but I was too thrilled to really care- I mean, I'd just had sex for the first time!

    But yea, I never felt shamed for being a virgin before that; that would've been a weird flex if someone tried making fun of a person's virginity... Like grow up.

  • Oh my goodness, yes! I was shamed repeatedly by the guys I worked with when I was younger for not being able to get any pussy, and now that I'm a celibate wimp, numerous guys enjoy shaming me here on this site, and I'm ashamed to admit that I love it when they shame me.

  • Somewhat, but I didn't take it personally then and even after losing my virginity I don't care if someone thinks I am. Having sex isn't that big of a thing.

  • yes but i kept the sectet that i was not. it was peer pressure to get some.

  • I've had moments where I've been shamed for it but I've never been ashamed of it

  • No, cannot imagine anyone doing that.

  • Not if I didn't tell anyone.

  • Nope. Not even when I was. Nowadays I would tell men no shame at all, sex doesn't cause some of my problems... IT CAUSES ALL OF MY PROBLEMS.

  • Never!!!

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